What you need to know
- Call of Duty is an annual franchise, with a new game releasing every year.
- According to Eurogamer, this year's Call of Duty entry is titled Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.
- It's meant as a reboot of sorts for the Black Ops franchise.
- A series of hints and clues are being released in Call of Duty: Warzone.
No, there isn't a punctuation mistake in the headline above. According to Eurogamer, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is indeed the title for the next game in the annual Call of Duty franchise. Eurogamer's sources also indicated that the game is meant to be a reboot of sorts for the Black Ops franchise, similar to how 2019's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare rebooted the Modern Warfare titles.
Eurogamer has further teased that a series of clues and hints are being introduced into Call of Duty: Warzone, with the mysterious bunkers finally opening up. This game has previously been rumored to be taking place in the Cold War, with Raven Software and Sledgehammer Games initially co-developing before Treyarch stepped in to lead the project.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019) has sold extremely well, regularly staying high on the NPD charts months after release. We'll likely see the full reveal for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War in the next few weeks. It'll also assuredly release around Holiday 2020, when the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 are slated to arrive.
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They need to stop. COD has become pure milk. Create something new with it or just don't.
I must the only weirdo on earth whose favourite COD title is "World At War".
An odd choice of war for a COD game.
Lol! Yeah, probably more action in the Cod Wars.
Multiplayer is just everybody with one button "send nuke" and as soon as someone presses it, everyone's nuke activates and no one in the game wins.
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